There’s no shortage of things to do when forming a business. Choosing a location or office, drafting a business plan, picking a business model and securing financing are the big ones to get started, but there are infinite small steps throughout the process that will ultimately guide how successful a business becomes.
Injuries in the workplace can be costly for your business. In the U.S., it’s estimated that employers pay more than $1 billion per week in direct, non-fatal workers’ compensation costs. That’s an alarming figure, and it’s enough to make every business owner ponder how to reduce such an expense.
Receiving a notice of an inspection from the Department of Labor (DOL) can be intimidating for a small business. These audits typically arise after a complaint is made by an employee, often due to a wage dispute.